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Dr. Katherine Albrecht Favorites

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by Joe Broadhurst/CKUT
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Radio frequency identification, RFID for short, is a technology that uses tiny computer chips—some smaller than a grain of sand—to track items at distance. If the master planners have their way, every object—from shoes to cars—will carry one of these tiny computer chips that can be used to spy on you without your knowledge or consent. We've nicknamed these tiny devices "spychips" because of their surveillance potential. Liz McIntyre is a consumer privacy expert and co-author,...
Topics: RFID, Liz McIntyre, spychips, personal security
Source: CKUT
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MONDAY - JANUARY 15: KATHERINE ALBRECHT, PhD, exemplifies a model or fine example of a great SUCCESS STORY brought about by political activism - - - as their group solely derailed The 2002 RFID Plan and has become a proven major set-back to a massive RFID scheme...."We Will NOT Stop!" Websites: http://www.spychips.com http://www.nocards.org Related Article: Court Challenge of ID Requirement Fails NEW Revised Softback BOOK: "SpyChips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to...
Topic: spychips,rfid,showpodcast,theshow,theshowpodcast,
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by Katherine Albrecht & Liz McIntyre
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Tracking your every purchase, watching our every move. Major corporations are working right now to install tiny tracking devices on all consumer products, find if we fail to oppose these practices now say authors and activists Albrecht and Mclntyre, our future may look like something from a terrifying sci-fi novel - it will be 1984 in 2010. Combining massive amounts of research with firsthand reporting, Spychips explains the new RFID technology [which couples radio frequency with highly...
Topics: RFID, spy, tracking, Big Brother, Orwell, 1984, panopticon, radio-frequency identification, cancer,...
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by Katherine Albrecht
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These videos contain excerpts of Shopper Card Protests that Katherine Albrecht enacted in 2002. Featured here is the "advantage" shopper card that had consumers believing they were receiving discounts for goods purchased from the supermarket, when in actual fact they were being penalized with higher prices for individual items. Katherine and her newly founded team CASPIAN dubbed the loyalty card "the disadvantage card" because it did exactly the opposite to what it claimed.
Topics: CASPIAN, Katherine Albrecht, shopper cards, supermarkets, loyalty cards, PVC, pricing, discounts,...
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by Katherine Albrecht
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Katherine Albrecht in the GCNLive.com supported challenge.
Topics: ALS, Katherine Albrecht, GCNLive, Challenge
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by Katherine Albrecht
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Katherine Albrecht produces, directs, and narrates this short documentary on RFID chips in Spanish. Katherine discusses the perils of RFID implants in humans and goes on to broadly describe the underlying functionality of RFID tagging for tracking purposes. She highlights how RFID is presently being used for retail to track consumer buying behaviour and much more.
Topics: RFID, Spanish, implants, retail, microchipping, tracking, tracing, ID
Scholar Work Spaces
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Radio interviews by Katherine Albrecht and delegates of IEEE’s Conference on Norbert Weiner in the 21 st Century Conference in Boston, Massachusetts (24-26 June 2014) http://21stcenturywiener.org/ . This page contains audio of Katherine Albrecht's radio show broadcast live from the conference. Among the interviewees were computer engineers, film makers, journalists, and key IEEE institutional members. For more archives visit www.kmashow.com All photographs were taken by Tiffany Daschke.
Topics: Katherine Albrecht, Katherine Albrecht, IEEE Norbert Weiner Conference